Ukraine-Russia struggle: US ambassador reveals the 5 targets Biden, Blinken have given diplomats

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U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink has revealed Thursday to Each day Publish the 5 targets President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken have given diplomats in Ukraine, vowing that “we are here to stop this conflict from becoming bigger” and to forestall additional European aggression from Russia. 

In an unique interview with Each day Publish’ Trey Yingst, Brink, who has returned to the newly-reopened U.S. embassy in Kyiv, mentioned she believes if Russia is left “unchecked,” President Vladimir Putin will set his sights on different European targets. 

“I hesitate to predict the future, but I can say that the president and Secretary Blinken and myself, and everyone who is working on this issue, is absolutely determined to stick to it to the end, to help Ukraine defend itself, because we believe this is not only a moral issue in terms of ensuring that might doesn’t make right, but it’s also an issue of strategic national interest for Europe and for the United States,” she mentioned. 

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Brink mentioned the 5 targets given to workers in Ukraine by Biden and Blinken embody serving to Ukraine defend itself and deter towards additional Russian aggression, and guaranteeing that humanitarian help – particularly U.S.-provided help by U.N. organizations – makes its strategy to the supposed targets. 

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U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink gave a wide-ranging interview to Daily Post' Trey Yingst Thursday, revealing the goals that the U.S. is working on inside Ukraine.

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink gave a wide-ranging interview to Each day Publish’ Trey Yingst Thursday, revealing the targets that the U.S. is engaged on inside Ukraine.
(Each day Publish)

“Number three is to ensure that justice and accountability for war crimes and atrocities takes place,” she mentioned, including that the fourth and fifth targets are to ensure U.S. authorities help authorized by Washington is used appropriately and to “rebuild our embassy and our team here so that we can effectively advocate on behalf of the president and the American people and push U.S. interests here.” 

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The Ukraine-Russia struggle, which started on Feb. 24, has now lasted 106 days. Brink mentioned it’s as much as Ukraine to determine what their situations of victory are. 

The American flag is raised outside the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, on May 18.

The American flag is raised exterior the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Might 18.
(Anatolii Siryk/ Ukrinform/Future Publishing through Getty Photographs)

“President Zelenskyy has said that this war ultimately will end in negotiation,” she instructed Each day Publish. “And what we’re trying to do now is strengthen Ukraine’s battlefield position, which will strengthen its hand at the negotiation table.” 

Brink additionally mentioned “this conflict has global implications and why it’s important for us to try to stop Russia and make sure this is a strategic failure for Russia. 

 

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Secretary of State Antony Blinken meet April 24, 2022, in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Secretary of State Antony Blinken meet April 24, 2022, in Kyiv, Ukraine.
(Ukrainian Presidential Press Workplace through AP)

“Russia’s blockage of grain out of Ukrainian ports is exacerbating a global food crisis, which has implications in Africa and the Middle East,” she continued. “We are supportive of efforts to try to resolve this situation.” 

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“I wish there were 48 hours in the day that I could keep doing this,” Brink additionally mentioned. “But we are using every minute of those 24 hours to help Ukraine.”

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